New canvas for Bimini, stack pack and dodger just fitted October 2016
Abbey was hauled and painted with fresh antifouling paint and polished plus inspected by a marine surveyor on 6 July 2016. a copy of this report is available on request.
The Beneteau Cyclades 39 is a surprisingly spacious 39 footer built for the charter market. This mid-range monohull is ideal for a family or group of friends.Interior Features
There are 3 large double cabins, which are well ventilated and feature plenty of storage for all your belongings. The forward cabin has an en-suite head for privacy. The aft head on the port side can be accessed through both the port aft cabin and the saloon.
The galley is opposite seating area and is equipped with all the basics you will need to prepare delicious meals on board.
Enjoy dinner or drinks down below in the saloon, where the seating can easily accommodate all the crew!Exterior Features
The cockpit is covered by a bimini which provides a great location to enjoy lunch or dinner with warm breezes.
The twin helm design provides great access to the swim platform, which features a swim ladder and stern shower for rinsing off after a quick dip!
HULL MATERIAL: Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP). The hull is single-skinned below the waterline. The upper hull is balsa sandwich construction with reinforced areas.
COLOR: White gelcoat.
FRAMING: A built-in Internal Grid Unit (IGU) is bonded and laminated to the hull at intervals. Its structural role is to absorb the stresses at pressure points (keel, rudder etc.) and it spreads any loads reducing the strain on the hull. Plywood bulkheads rest in liner recesses and are bonded to the upper hull with fiberglass tabbing. Semi-bulkheads are attached with bonding putty.
DECK & SUPERSTRUCTURE: Composite fiberglass with balsa core and a molded non-skid surface.
HULL to DECK JOINT: The deck is chemically bonded and fastened to the hull. An anodized aluminum cap rail covers the vertical joint.
RUB RAIL: None.
BULKHEADS: Marine plywood.
CEILINGS: White fiberglass moldings.
KEEL: Caste iron fin keel with a bulb.
KEEL BOLTS: Stainless steel.
RUDDER: A fiberglass spade rudder with foam core and a stainless steel rudderstock.
BOW & additions: Raked bow with two stainless steel anchor supports.
STERN & additions: Reverse transom (walk through) with a hinged access hatch / step covering the liferaft storage locker. There are two transom lockers and a hinged stainless steel swim ladder.
THROUGH HULL FITTINGS: Bronze skin fittings with bronze bodied ball valves. The holding tank drain seacocks and skin fittings are plastic.
DECK HATCHES: 4 ‘Lewmar’ aluminum framed deck hatches.
OPENING PORTLIGHTS: 11 ‘Lewmar’ opening portlights + 1 fixed.
COCKPIT SEATS & TRANSOM: Fiberglass moldings.
ENGINE: ‘Yanmar 3JH4E’ naturally aspirated, three-cylinder diesel engine.
Engine Number: E04914
ENGINE HOURS: 3000 hours (estimated from sister vessels) – the digital hour meter is not working.
HORSEPOWER: 40 hp.
29.4kW @ 3000 RPM (Maximum) / 26.7kW @ 2907 RPM (Continuous)
GEARBOX: ‘Kanzaki KM35P’ Ratio 2.36:1
DESIGNED BOAT SPEED: 7 knots.
ENGINE COOLING: Fresh water cooled, through a heat exchanger.
ENGINE EXHAUST: Wet exhaust. Mixing elbow to a plastic ‘Vetus’ waterlock, through looped reinforced exhaust hosing to a stainless skin fitting.
COMPRESSORS & ALTERNATORS FITTED: 80A alternator.
SHAFT & COUPLINGS: Stainless steel shaft to a rigid gearbox coupling.
PROPELLER SHAFT SEAL: ‘Volvo Penta’ shaft seal.
FUEL FILTERS: ‘Racor’ primary filter
PROPELLER: Three bladed fixed bronze propeller.
P. BRACKET / STRUT / CUTLASS BEARING: External fiberglass strut.
ENGINE STOP: Electric.
PANEL & ALARMS: ‘Yanmar’ engine panel with tachometer & alarms.
ENGINE CONTROLS: ‘Morse’ cables.
WATER TANKS: 87 gallons / 330lt. in a single plastic tank under the V-berth
DIESEL: 52 gallons / 200lt. in a single plastic tank – starboard aft.
HOLDING TANKS: 2 x 20-gallon plastic tanks. Gravity drain or deck pump out.
HOT WATER: 5-gallon / 20lt ‘Quick Nautic Boiler’ water heater
Water is heated via the engine heat exchanger and A/C.
MARINE SANITATION DEVICES: 2 ‘Jabsco’ piston type manual marine toilets.
PRESSURIZED FRESH WATER SYSTEM: ‘Par-Max 3’ 3.5 GPM / 40 PSI diaphragm type pump
and a accumulator tank.
DEWATERING SYSTEMS – Electric: ‘Rule-Mate 1100’ 1100 GPH automatic submersible bilge pump.
Manual: 1 x ‘Plastimo 925’ pump (40 LPM) – cockpit.
High Water alarms: ‘In use’ warning light on the 12-v panel at the chart table.
COOKING GAS: 2 x 10lb aluminum propane tanks in a dedicated transom locker.
SEACOCKS: Bronze bodied ball valves and plastic holding tank drain seacocks.
PIPING & HOSE CLAMPS – Diesel: Approved fuel hose.
Propane: Approved flexible gas hose.
Freshwater: Rigid plastic piping.
SHOWERS: 3 – Showers in both heads and a cockpit shower.
SHOWER SUMPS & REFRIGERATION PUMP: 3 x ‘Whale Gulper 220’ diaphragm type pumps.
FOOT PUMP: ‘Whale’ fresh water pump at the galley sink.
RIGGED: Sloop rigged with double backstays – fractional rig.
MAST / Make: ‘Z-Spars’.
Material: Anodized aluminum.
Spreaders: Two sets of raked spreaders.
Stepped: Deck stepped.
STANDING RIGGING: 1 x 19 stainless steel wire to swaged studs, to open bronze bodied turnbuckles.
RUNNING RIGGING: Pre-stretched Dacron.
Primaries – 2 x ‘Harken 40’ two speed self-tailing winches.
Cabin top – 2 x ‘Harken 32’ two speed self-tailing winches – cabin top.
FURLING GEAR: ‘Profurl’ drum and foil on the forestay.
VANG: Rope purchase.
CHAIN PLATES: Stainless steel chainplates are through-bolted to the sides of the hull.
West Indies Marine Surveyors Ltd.
BIMINI & SPRAY DODGER: A cockpit bimini and spray dodger with stainless steel frames.
SAIL COVERS: ‘Stack-pack’ with lazy jacks.
DC – SYSTEM:
House Batteries: 2 x 4D / 200Ah AGM sealed lead acid batteries.
12-volt Engine Start Battery: 1 x 92Ah AGM battery (forward of the engine).
House battery stowage: Port aft cabin – below the bunk.
Circuit Protection Devices: Isolation switches.
Power distribution System: 12v labeled circuit breaker panel.
Volt & Ammeters: Voltmeter
Charging system: 80A alternator.
40A battery charger.
REFRIGERATION: ‘Vitrifrigo’ 12-v air-cooled compressor.
110-volt Battery Charger: 40A battery charger.
Shore power: 30A cable.
Outlets: 110-v receptacles.
G.P.S / CHARTPLOTTER: "Standard Horizon" color chart plotter.
AUTOPILOT: ‘Raymarine ST6002’ with a linear drive.
DEPTH: ‘Raymarine ST60+ Tridata’
WIND: ‘Raymarine ST60+ Wind’
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: ‘Raymarine Ray 54E’ VHF
CATHODIC PROTECTION: Zinc anode on the propeller nut.
THROWABLE DEVICES: 1 horseshoe lifering (USCG Type IV PFD) with a man overboard light.
‘Plastimo Rescue Line’
SOUND SIGNALS: Manual foghorn.
VISUAL DISTRESS SIGNALS: 4 x red hand flares (Expiry 05/2014).
NAVIGATIONAL LIGHTING: Bicolor, stern, steaming and anchor light
Service dates: None.
LIFE LINES: Double stainless steel wire through stainless steel stanchions.
FIRST AID KIT: Yes.
FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS: 1 x 5lb + 3 x 3lb dry chemical extinguishers.
INSPECTION DATES: None / Show charged.
PRIMARY ANCHOR: 44lb ‘Delta’
Chain / rode: Approximately 150ft. x 10mm chain.
SECONDARY ANCHOR: 35lb ‘Britany’.
Chain / rode: Approximately 20ft. x 10mm chain + nylon rode.
WINDLASS: ‘Quick High Performance Antares’ 1000W / 12-volt vertical windlass with a remote control.
DESCRIPTION: Two wheels – wheel to sprocket, roller chain to stainless steel wire through aluminum pulleys to an aluminum quadrant.
EMERGENCY STEERING: A steel tiller through a deck cap to the rudderstock.
P.O. Box 920
British Virgin Islands